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The Mail Online

12th November 2012

'Ossie Clark's iconic designs are being exploited' says Janet Street Porter...
and fashion experts and ardent fans agree

Vogue Portugal

3rd August 2011

Still in love


The Guardian Guide

11th September 2010

Blog roll Vintage


Fashion magazine scans, 60s pop star fashion and Scopitone vids.

Spirit & Destiny

Great Vintage - Best For Designer Labels

If you're a fan of the 1960s and 1970s and the cult labels of the time, then you'll love Vintage-a-Peel. Among the rare and beautiful designs on offer, you'll find vintage Biba, Ossie Clark, Betsey Johnson and Jean Muir. The site also has a Fashion Icon section featuring timeless style queens like Charlotte Rampling, Kate Bush and Brigitte Bardot, alongside inspirational images to help you get their looks. Prices start at £28.


We’ve been busying our frisky fingers, perusing some lovely little online boutiques, sifting through last century’s threads and have uncovered some right old gems…..

First up: Vintage-a-peel. Root around and ye shall find handfuls of Ossie Clark, Jean Muir, Biba and the forever classic Yves Saint Laurent.

Lulu's Vintage 2008 People's Choice Award

Top Ten

Get Lippy [Company Magazine Online]

Something old Something new

The owner of this amazing site has her own collection of British Boutique clothing from the '60s and '70s and her expertise certainly shows through on the site. With more designers than you can shake a stick at shopping for vintage will seem like a luxury with amazing pieces at not so designer prices. If you're after something specific that you can't find you can also just email the lady who runs the site and she will source it for you. Now that's what we call service.

Elle Sweden

June 2007

Exclusively British: This shop has a select range of unique garments from English designers from the 60’s and 70’s like Biba, Mary Quant, Ossie Clark, Jean Muir and Zandra Rhodes. The feeling one gets is that the clothes each have a story to tell. The shop keeper can presumably speak for them as she is a dedicated collector who has sought out the rareties herself.

Translation courtesy of Linnea Ekholm

Happy Magazine

November 2006

Interview about Biba. Click to read.

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